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Figure 4: (a) Panoramic X-ray revealing a mixed lesion composed of radicular radiolucency associated with radiopacity surrounding the root apices of the teeth 36, 37 and 46. (b) Axial image of the computed tomography scan showed no alteration of the continuity of the mandibular cortical bone and the presence of radiolucency lesions surrounding radiopaque elements. (c) Para-axial images revealing mixed radiolucency-radiopaque lesions apically to the tooth and the mandibular canal was displaced toward the mandibular border. (d and e) The surgical site with the extracted molar with calcification related to the apices. (f) H&E, ×10 revealed a stroma composed of spindle-shaped fibroblastic cells (FT) with a collagenous formation associated with mineralized calcifications similar to bone (B) and cement (C). (g) The two-dimensional panoramic X-ray showed a complete mandibular bone healing on both sides after 3 years

Figure 4: (a) Panoramic X-ray revealing a mixed lesion composed of radicular radiolucency associated with radiopacity surrounding the root apices of the teeth 36, 37 and 46. (b) Axial image of the computed tomography scan showed no alteration of the continuity of the mandibular cortical bone and the presence of radiolucency lesions surrounding radiopaque elements. (c) Para-axial images revealing mixed radiolucency-radiopaque lesions apically to the tooth and the mandibular canal was displaced toward the mandibular border. (d and e) The surgical site with the extracted molar with calcification related to the apices. (f) H&E, ×10 revealed a stroma composed of spindle-shaped fibroblastic cells (FT) with a collagenous formation associated with mineralized calcifications similar to bone (B) and cement (C). (g) The two-dimensional panoramic X-ray showed a complete mandibular bone healing on both sides after 3 years